The Wight Walking Festival
The Isle of Wight has always been a popular destination with ramblers and hikers and is a dream destination for keen walkers. Here’s our top five reasons why you should attend the festival.
Ventnor Botanic Gardens
Ventnor Botanic Gardens are located in the unique microclimate of The Undercliff, and boasts a subtropical and exotic plant collection unrivalled elsewhere in the UK. Plants which would normally be found in protected glasshouses thrive and naturalise in geographical plantings based on the Mediterranean zones of the world.
Isle of Wight Cycling Festival
The Isle of Wight Cycling Festival takes at the end of September and provides the opportunity for visiting cyclists to get off the beaten track and experience some of the Island’s most beautiful and unspoilt countryside.
Fabulous Cycling on the Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight has over 200 miles of well-maintained and signposted cycle tracks, byways and bridleways and has been described by the Lonely Planet guide as having some of the best Cycling routes in the world.
Tackt-Isle Adventures - Dinghy, Kayak & Paddle board Hire on the Isle of Wight
What we've been waiting for...!
Isle of Wight Adventure Activities, Freshwater
Adventure Activities, Isle of Wight is a one stop shop for all your outdoor adventure activities.
The Island is the Dinosaur Capital of the UK!
According to a new Dinosaur Map of Britain compiled by Dr Paul Barrett, Merit Researcher from The Natural History Museum, the Isle of Wight has just been declared the UK’s Jurassic Capital
Horse Riding on the Isle of Wight
With over over 500 miles of well-maintained and signposted footpaths, around 30 miles of Heritage Coastline and more than half of the Island recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Isle of Wight is a wonderful place to enjoy a spot of horse riding.
Mottistone Manor Gardens
Mottistone Manor is a National Trust property in the village of Mottistone on the west of the Isle of Wight.